IBPS Clerk Reasoning Ability Online Test 6 Practice Questions

1.
Directions(Q.1 to Q.5 ):

Study the given information carefully and answer the given questions :

Eight people – A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the centre, not necessarily in the same order. Three people are sitting between A and D. B is sitting second to the right of A. C is to the immediate right of F. D is not an immediate neighbour of either F or E. H is not an immediate neighbour of B.


How many people are sitting between H and A when counted from the right side of H ?


a

None

b

Three

c

More than three

d

One

e

Two


2.

Who is sitting third to the right of the one who is sitting to the immediate right of H ?


a

C

b

A

c

B

d

E

e

G


3.

What is E’s position with respect to G ?


a

Third to the right

b

Third to the left

c

Second to the left

d

Second to the right

e

Fifth to the right


4.

Which of the following is true regarding the given arrangement ?


a

H is an immediate neighbour of A

b

E is second to the left of C

c

B is an immediate neighbour of G

d

D is not an immediate neighbour of H

e

None is true


5.

Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their seating positions in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which one does not belong to the group ?


a

AF

b

AB

c

GE

d

DC

e

CE


6.
Directions(Q.6 to Q.8 ):

Study the given information carefully and answer the given questions :

A is the mother of B. B is the sister of C. D is the son of C. E is the brother of D. F is the mother of E. G is the granddaughter of A. H has only two children – B and C.


How is F related to H ?


a

Father-in-law

b

Grand daughter

c

Daughter-in-law

d

Son-in-law

e

Cannot be determined


7.

Who is the mother of G ?


a

B

b

C

c

F

d

Either B or F

e

Either C or F


8.

How is C related to E ?


a

Father

b

Cousin brother

c

Son

d

Mother

e

Cannot be determined


9.

In a certain code language, ’TONIC’ is coded as ’CINOT’ and ’SCALE’ is coded as ’ACELS’. In the same code language, ’PLANK’ will be coded as ’________’ ?


a

KNALP

b

AKLNP

c

AKNLP

d

AKPNL

e

Cannot be determined


10.

How many such pairs of letters are there in the word NEUTRAL, each of which has as many letters between them in the word (in both forward and backward directions) as they have between them in the English alphabetical series ?


a

Three

b

One

c

None

d

Two

e

More than three


11.

Which of the following will come next in the following series ?

a z a b y a b c x a b c d w a b c d


a

v

b

f

c

a

d

u

e

e


12.

Which of the following will come in the place of the question mark (?) in the following series based on the English alphabetical order ? YS RM LH ? CA


a

GD

b

FD

c

DF

d

DG

e

GC


13.
Directions(Q.13 to Q.15 ):

The following questions are based on the five three letter words given below : FAN HOP GET CUB MID

(NOTE : The words formed after performing the given operations may or may not be meaningful English words)


If the positions of the first and second letters of all the words are interchanged, how many words will form meaningful English words ?


a

Three

b

Two

c

One

d

None

e

More than three


14.

If the first letter of all the words is changed to the next letter of the English alphabetical series, how many words will have more than one vowel ? (Same or different vowel)


a

Two

b

More than three

c

Three

d

None

e

One


15.

If all the letters in each of the words are arranged alphabetically (within the word), how many words will remain unchanged ?


a

Two

b

Three

c

None

d

One

e

More than three


16.
Directions(Q.16 to Q.20 ):

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below :

Ten people are sitting in two parallel rows containing five people each, in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent people. In Row - 1, R, S, T, U and V- are seated and all of them are facing north. In Row - 2, F, G, H, I and J are seated and all of them are facing south. Therefore, in the given seating arrangement each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row.

T is sitting third to the right of the person who faces F. Only two people are sitting betwen F and I. The person who faces U sits to the immediate left of H. Only one person is sitting between H and J. The one who faces G sits second to the right of R. H does not face V.


Who among the following faces S ?


a

F

b

J

c

I

d

G

e

H


17.

Which of the following statements is/are true regarding G?


a

J is sitting second to the right of G

b

V is the immediate neighbour of that person who faces G

c

Both H and I are immediate neighbours of G.

d

Only two persons sit between G and I

e

None is true


18.

Which of the following statements is/are true on the basis of given information ?


a

U sits exactly between S and T

b

J is an immediate neighbour of I

c

J faces one of the immediate neighbours of S

d

F faces U

e

None is true


19.

Who amongst the following is sitting to the immediate right of the person who faces R ?


a

J

b

I

c

H

d

F

e

G


20.

Which of the following groups of people represent the persons sitting at the extreme ends of both the rows ?


a

F, J, R, U

b

I, J, T, V

c

F, J, S, V

d

G, H, R, T

e

F, G, R, T


21.
Directions(Q.21 to Q.25 ):

In each of the questions below, two statements are given followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the two statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from the commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding the commonly known facts.


Statements :

No place is a tank.

Some places are venues.

Conclusions :

I. Some venues are tanks.

II. All places are venues.


a

if neither I nor II follows

b

if only conclusion II follows

c

if either I or II follows

d

if only conclusion I follows

e

if both I and II follow


22.

Statements :

All bricks are walls.

Some bricks are pillars.

Conclusions :

I. Some pillars are walls.

II. All pillars are walls.


a

if either I or II follows

b

if neither I nor II follows

c

if only conclusion II follows

d

if only conclusion I follows

e

if both I and II follow


23.

Statements :

Some forms are cards.

Some forms are papers.

Conclusions :

I. Atleast some cards are forms.

II. Atleast some cards are papers.


a

if only conclusion I follows

b

if neither I nor II follows

c

if only conclusion II follows

d

if either I or II follows

e

if both I and II follow


24.

Statements :

All animals are predators.

All predators are tigers.

Conclusions :

I. All tigers are definitely predators.

II. All animals are tigers.


a

if only conclusion I follows

b

if either I or II follows

c

if neither I nor II follows

d

if only conclusion II follows

e

if both I and II follow


25.

Statements :

All squares are circles.

No circle is a triangle.

Conclusions :

I. No square is a triangle.

II. All circles are squares.


a

if either I or II follows

b

if only conclusion II follows

c

if only conclusion I follows

d

if neither I nor II follows

e

if both I and II follow


26.
Directions(Q.26 to Q.35 ):

Study the following arrangement of letters, numbers and symbols carefully to answer the questions given below :

9 : 1 & L Y © E K S R 8 % W H 7 $ 5 U G 4 # 6 2 N A 3 @ Z * D


Statements :

H > I > J > K; L < M < K

Conclusions :

I. I > M

II. L < H


a

if either Conclusion I or II follows

b

if only Conclusion II follows

c

if only Conclusion I follows

d

if neither Conclusion I nor II follows

e

if both Conclusions I and II follow


27.

As per the given arrangement, four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which one of the following does not belong to the group?


a

U # G

b

% H 8

c

W $ H

d

3 * @

e

1 Y &


28.

Statements :

C < D < E; D > F > G

Conclusions :

I. C > G

II. F > E


a

if either Conclusion I or II follows

b

if neither Conclusion I nor II follows

c

if only Conclusion II follows

d

if only Conclusion I follows

e

if both Conclusions I and II follow


29.

If all the letters from the given arrangement are deleted, then which of the following will represent the fifth element to the right of M’ and the fourth element to the left of ’%’ respectively?


a

3, &

b

*, @

c

@, l

d

@, ©

e

3, 1


30.

How many letters are there between the eight element from the right and the seventh letter from the left end of the given arrangement?


a

Six

b

Nine

c

Five

d

Eight

e

Ten


31.

What will be the sum of all the numbers between the tenth element from the left end and the tenth element from the right end of the given arrangement?


a

21

b

28

c

24

d

18

e

19


32.

Which of the following will be ninth to the right of the sixteenth element from the right end of the given arrangement?


a

Z

b

6

c

#

d

3

e

N


33.

Statements :

R > S > T > U; V < T

Conclusions :

I. V > U

II. V < R


a

if neither Conclusion I nor II follows

b

if either Conclusion I or II follows

c

if only Conclusion II follows

d

if only Conclusion I follows

e

if both Conclusions I and II follow


34.

Statements :

N > O > P = Q > R

Conclusions :

I. N > R

II. R = N


a

if only Conclusion II follows

b

if only Conclusion I follows

c

if neither Conclusion I nor II follows

d

if either Conclusion I or II follows

e

if both Conclusions I and II follow


35.

Statements :

W < X < Y = Z > A; W < B

Conclusions :

I. B > Z

II. W < A


a

if either Conclusion I or II follows

b

if only Conclusion I follows

c

if only Conclusion II follows

d

if neither Conclusion I nor II follows

e

if both Conclusions I and II follow


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IBPS Clerk Reasoning Ability Online Test 6 Practice Questions

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